The heavy duty air hammer is an excellent tool for high speed coil stripping. The air hammer features a universal spring retainer. The operator can easily rotate the cutting tool while operating the hammer. The hammer may also be used for cutting panels, rivets, bolts, removing drum lids, and setting 1/4" soft iron and aluminum rivets. Delivers 3,500 blows per minute and uses only 4 cubic feet of air per minute at 80 to 150 PSI.

 
  Chiseling tips for coil stripping chisels

-  Always position the chisel parallel with laminations, otherwise you may blunt the cutting end or gouge the laminations.

- Try not to hit the stator housing after cutting the last wires or you may break or damage the cutting end.

- When using an air hammer, don't press the trigger unless the chisel is pressing against the coil. Otherwise you could break the chisel shank. Properly used shanks should never break.

- Never mark a chisel by grinding groves in the shank as this weakens it and may cause breakage. Use a stick-on label for marking.

- Oil every day before use with air tool or equivalent.

 
  Crown chisels strip coils in 1/3 the time: The crown chisels have many practical designed-in features that speed the work. The crescent shaped cutting edge fits coils perfectly and cut wires as a unit. Special cutting edge, located above the lower blade surface, can't gouge stator laminations when properly placed. The protected cutting edge far outlasts ordinary chisel edges and cannot hit stators, cutting only Copper. Crescent design cuts wires as a unit, smooth and clean. Rounded surfaces prevent cutting of edge protectors and gouging of stators.  

 

Model # Description Price- US. Dollars Packing & Handling Weight
Domestic  Export 
2707 Air Hammer with speed regulator control and spring retainer. $100.00 $10.00 $10.00 4Lbs
2742 Heavy Duty Air Hammer (2707) and four Air Chisels (2630) $172.50 $10.00 $10.00 7Lbs

 

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